The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 135, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 28, 1895 Page: 2 of 4
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I..., silver ib not locked
be «o cornered. miTtrw
ul, ami beside® it would ba>t the
I hoards of India nnd C hina and other
nations to draw from. No POI"bm
- I tion would try to Handle both
. " \vu t we need U to cut loose from
Office m t> atreet, half block ea tI bjecUontothe flnan Ul ayatom
•( I'ublic Square. of'England. Mexico never waa ao
| Htandaril is juat half that of the gold
rCBLX.HKD EVERY DAY BUT HCNUAV , 1 t ie ImS
i of decrepit old China, which uses , ai -
v. r only and prefers Mexican dollars
l to sterling exchange at 20.>. I-'1
I my-England gold where gold "non
6 00 I mated in the bond," and dollars, real
Bnrt | dollars, silver dollars, where t is not ;
except only government bonds, which
^ I long after th-y were issued, «
uledeed our national honor to pay
cold. As it is, Shylocks gets two
'K pounds of fleah where only one was
- due. Pay him in lawful money,
promptly and fully, and if he don t
like it, kick him out of our societ}.
peter Brmly | Our Held is the world- America na
and the Pacigo islands, trading
wilh these on a silver basis we could
alTord to boycott Europe. But we
need not do that. She will come and
beg for our trade on our own terms
and New York, which has hi
scheming to make the west and nouth
pay in double standard money, will
Htill have its dues, and its European
trade little embarrassed by having to
li-ure tile daily difference between
gold and silver in foreign exchanges.
K. C. Gazette.
K.ur it ulHK.
official County and City Paper-
b«b«< rtptlon lUtH
DT U UL.
Three M onthi
niltvered to njr part ot the City
l-. r H HK
W. E. Chefpmav
I t •
XT. A. Stone
Oeo. W I'ursell.
C. A. Morris
1.. I>. Tree man
W M . Howies.
j. V. Ktttglu
Klr t Ward ''') ■ .' \ i in j
second w ar<l ■ ' ..... . i . \' M. ■;
Third W ur.l II. < ■ ' n H.0OI
Fourth w rd . • , . i i. M.i.'/
,nth ward iieo „u\ , A. M r-tll.
Sixth W ard
lanii orrica OKFIC1AIjf,l\vi(, Dnvle
Renister ... j. li. BUI
townbitk b<>ari .
.Tlinotby M< ( raUi
Chairman un s l;. I-111-
sec'y and DUP-A*
J-! AVE ARPJVBD-
r[They are MARVF1S of BHAUV
YOU OAN HAVE MADS TO QfiP9*
Offli li.i Dti• ■ * UM >
U s. Martha!
gupt Pub Instruction
Attorney * s.
School ijantl I'ouiiols • r
Ketflster of Deeds
justice of tin Peace •
gupt. i'ublic Instruction
VanAuken and < "
J7 +_~ W t
extend you a special invitation to call aud see us.
W C. Ken frow
T J. I/>we
,1 ti Parker
c \ calbrath
C \ Ullncoe
\ it Museller
1" n Siwartl
j \ Hansen
,i b Wallace
s K lllclianlson
. mi Ford
«;. F. clayton
(i (j w Crosby
, W McCullough, J II
Xotk «• to AdwrtlMffc
Copy (or display
ProUctlon to the Amerlean 'l' w doUa*^
protection to Am-rlran latior tiy [.ron
njr American Industries.
n^MUNt Ot thu l-mted Mate.. WM
William McUUilejr.of Olilo.
Cot'NT Tolstoi is said to be head
int; a revolutionary movement 11
Russia. If that is true, the Czar will
soon be headingTols^ii^^
IT i« probable the prea« nt I i
legislature will not adjourn as loiu; as
it can think of anything to appropri-
ate money for.
When a man puts his picture in Ins
advertisement he is always mashed
on himself or is so homely that
considers himself a freak, j <
reader of the advertisement nevet
knows which it is.
Tuesday night about 10:30 many
people in our city were awakened by
an explosion of some kind that shook
the buildings and rattled the windows
of our residences. Everyone
heard it has a different view ofth<
matter as to sound and direction.
Some believe it an earthquake or vol-
canic eruption. Pawnee Times Dem-
Knight, ef the Mucratx
The states commander writes us
from Lincoln, Neb., as follows: "Af- I
ter trying other medicines for what |
seemed to be a very obstinate cough
n our two children wo tried Dr.
King's New Discovery and at the end
of two days the cough entirely left
them. Wo will not be without it
hereafter, as our experience proves
that it cures where all other remedies
fail." Signed, V. W. Stevens, State .
Com. Why not give this great medi-
cine a trial, as it is guaranteed and |
trial bottle* Me tree at J. M. Hem-1
ington's drug store, lingular size 00c I
Iloune uiul Lot for Sale on Time,
Anyone wishing to buy a house and
161011 easy terms. Part down and
balance in monthly payments, can
do so by calling on W. K. McClung at
lumber yard on D street. Will build
house to suit purchaser.
w. c. c.
Recevedthe highest award at the World's Columbian
Exposition. We are agents for .he corset in Perry. See
KNO ALL KINDS. OP
SMALL WOKK, SUOH A3*
lt u Stout
n (irunntl Ilole
Cbuuk of Man.
One of the surprises encountered by
the traveler when ho is livst east
among Mongolians is thevr l">sica^
development, says a Writor in ho
l'orum. Americans are wont to judgf
their bodily strneturo by the sp. t;
mens in the laundry shops of Sam
1 ee or W1 l'lng: and the loose eloth-
in.r of the Chinaman conceals hi*
lirawny arms und legs whet, he has
them. Seeing Thibetans In the lUma
■ a stockv chunks of men with an
ulmormal musclar d-olopment-tmd
rot brushed away my idea that tho
Chinaman was rather a slim, nnmus-
cnlar oriental, something llko tlio
willowv Hindu; but when I landed in
Singapore and first s W number. Of
stt'ipp 'd to their work. I was
thunderstruck at their massivo pro-
porti«is. The Oiinew are commonly
-lid to bo a diseased race a pc 1
rmeated with blood powons,
but. one does not see it 1b «>o
average specimen; and one docs
it every street corner men «ith
4 and torsos liko Sando.v, men
.who would bo marked down for foot
buu plavers in any American collogo.
W. B. Chapman & Co.
R. ELLIS, Prop.
sixth St. opp.
j (First Published In Tins TWM l . l.ruary 1-,
To Whom It May Concern:
■"r®. >k la In una rerrltory. and t hut an ««
I objection to the mm*, a«requw«a '> •
\ ( \ \ liti-i ■>v the mil ilaylot March, A. l>.. •
\1 \.\. ,1.1 p.ttili.n will bn u'ra at oil.
H'O'1 I'" M Kom>, ^
MI.VEB SOI.WKIITMAS OOU>
We have before epoken of the
remarkable confirmation of this. I
conlirmation of this. in(r a taper-lingered mortal, is
Secretay Carlisle enjoined on and, ^ „t.irdy. line fellow with
begged of the house finance commit-. s and sln< ws like an
tee not to divulge the llothchild '^ plenty ol ambitlon and , ^
dicate's secret of the date toun^aS ex^Uon So the rule. The
the 862,000,000 in gold was to be p«W found a of
for the pending issue of bonus, _ I wh^, going east, you first sti
the gold of the world should be co ^ ooareeness. to theoon nesoC
nered, and the syndicate have to p > ; j whore you say
a premium for it. Gold has alreadj , lovely chorry blossoms an his smiling
appreciated to twice its former value, iU everywhere, to (
Such a corner would put it higher Lame ^^ ^ind^ody and
still, so that instead of buying only , t nmam. n ta ffl ^ m ml . ^
twice as much in railroad stock, or\ esta^',nope ^,il%d qUa|ty th.-y a«
rails, or iron, or wheat as it used t yer_ much aUke. That the Mongol s
buy, it might double again, and a
dollar buy four bushels of wheat or
forty pounds of wool.
[First rail. In 1IA1I.T TIMl-.s Fell. - .
In the it 1st riot court of Noble count) ,
rltiiri of tiklahoina.
Frank It. Ilorroughs, plaintiff. t
M-irv ho'rrouglis. itefcmlant S
i ll'.-above nnnieil il *leiulant.
inirrouL'lis, will take notice that
1 ;tinlay ot \| rll iv.*.. s*n«l ir sin ^
i'JJmKh'tweel? t'l'.e '/"aim Iff a.i'.l t lie Ilefcn.l-
February A. I • • , ai i e«' j •
Oklahoma territory. j |UVI„11,,1.„ .
. clerk Ulst. Court,
liy I . K. Tetilie, deputy.
(Klrst I'ul). in 1)Ailt Timks KhIi. :th, 1<'5.)
In the district court of Noble county.
Territory of oklahoma.
HtvNK l. P.kown, Plaintiff, j
li i it; I • Row N't lielemlant. ^
'Hi,, al ove nameil tifteriflant.
I'r.iwn will tak * notice that slu* has h«-« n
mi ... t in t he illstrlct court of Noble conn .
Territory of Oklahoma, by the
Krank I Brown. In an action t"i dlvoive,
nnd that she must ap,.ear and answer the
p.-tlr!.,,, Which has I tjled In said court
between plaintiff and defendant and for
costs of suit. j ,| iuvh.horit.
i Isbai 1 C lurk lllst Court.
1!V W t:. OtKSS.
II P CI.AliKt
niTrvotTs structure is less line than the
Anvan's ir. sTideneed by the fa.. hat
,ric avcra^o Chinaman will endure
„rtc average i iun.inid.i « •'
unblanehed the pain of a surgical op-
peration which would seriously com-
promi-e tho reactionary power of
most white men; and this, if an>
thing, adds to his valuo as a more
The matter Jp that since silver lias
been ruled out of their calculations,
the whole financial structure stands
on the narrow base of gold. Gold
has already been locked up until
■what is out is easily contro e • i Gave ills Bie si B-
Gould, Fiske and their backers cor-; f lvc fac0 9ho
nered gold in New \orlc on Ml ^ ^ fa^ide her father.
Friday, and doubled its price in a d.i> tlj, „ Bho whispercil, Alfred and I
♦ill the secretary interfered by selling i arfl tw0 80Uis with imt a -injia
treasury gold, and so broke the mar- thollJ,llt.- The old man stroked her
ket in an hour. Never before in i ^.i.-r. l.air. -^y^^od"
fortunes so suddenly wreckea. , wh,.n we were married.
A world wide corner just nov,1 I ha uvc hcr hi, ble^.-Puek.
would exceed that only in its ten- old «-
Greater extent, even if the holders T,i..r,nB tim Myiery-
twenty-seven billions of national | Ja;; official-romc, now. you might
s- < rJSS' rssjss ;cr .TS—
were to go long on Gnl the warden a hrilw, and >e was
Of say one billion, and then m:ll he fcH down in a fit and i too* .
the shorts to cover. hi3 .^yb a„d wout out.-lrenton ralk. Seventh St., North
Silver and gold together could not |
All Citizeus of Perry are
aware that the Christian
people of the City of
Perry have been to a
great expense to build so
many beautifLil churches
as there are in our city,
so we will say to the
o-ood citizens of Perry
and Noble county that in
order to treat all alike we
will give five per cent of
all sales (Except Gro-
ceries) to any church
the customer so desires
for the rest of this month.
Call in and be convinced
that we mean what we
|T H. SOWARD.
j '1 u!;TiNui.;. .
SOWAI'l), CLARK & ENKlblll.
attorneys at law.
' iteference .-rarn.er.' and Merchants' ttcnV. .
J. A. G. SAMPLE,
Physician and Surgeon,
Office first door south of Gloto® Bulldlngt
Kesldence corner of 7th and € St.
Is prepared to treat all forms
[j j taMutot womenjand children.
o. D. HARVEY.
Ten men to Solicit Subscriptions
In Noble and Pawnee Counties.
50c till Tan. 1st
Our Weekly is a large Eight
Page Weekly, all Home
You can make
B. F. Ellis,
Painterk^oo Every Day.
For Particulars Call at
THE TIMES OFFICE
and fresco work.
AND CARPET LAYIN*.
Carpenter and Joining Work
llj CAPTAIN BIJBBOff.
of Square.West D Street, Between 74h and Btf>
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Greer, Bert R. The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 135, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 28, 1895, newspaper, February 28, 1895; Perry, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116648/m1/2/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.